A second phase of the EU-funded EaPConnect project will start in July, bolstered by a renewed EU-Eastern Partnership (EaP) policy commitment to a strong digital presence in the EU’s Eastern Neighbourhood. Key among EaPConnect’s achievements in the past 5 years are greater integration with GÉANT activities, services and networks, and benefits to research, education and wider society in Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Moldova and Ukraine.

This GÉANT CONNECT magazine article explores further.

Six of the EaPConnect network users who feature in the CONNECT magazine article, ©2020 GÉANT